Montenegro tours

Montenegro is located in the south of the Adriatic. It interestingly combines the features of authentic Balkan and Mediterranean cultures. Despite its small size, Montenegro offers natural beauty and cultural heritage that have reached international fame. In contrast, its natural wealth is diverse, offering a unique blend of mountain and sea splendour, so Montenegro is commonly called "wild beauty".

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Beautiful view from above on the Kotor and Bay of Kotor, Montenegro
KotorKotor is a historic town in the Bay Kotor, described as the Mediterranean's only fjord, between the mountains and the blue sea. It is surrounded by walls, protecting the marbled streets with churches, shops, bars and restaurants in hidden squares. It is a nice mix of heritage and nature.
view to the Old Town od Budva in Montenegro
BudvaBudva became a tourist destination as early as 1923 with its long beaches, clean sea, and long summers. Visiting the old town is highly recommended. A curious traveller finds many monuments, forts, monasteries and ancient churches. The small streets and squares take you back in time.
old stone Orthodox Monastery of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
CetinjeCetinje is the former Montenegrin royal city, once the smallest European capital. Visit the National Museum and King Nikola Museum, 19 c royal palace. See the monastery built in 14 c and taste some great local food.
Cafe by the road in the national park near Skadar Lake
Skadar National Park Skadar National Park is the Balkans' largest lake and is shaped like a dolphin with its tail and two-thirds of its body. The area is home to around 270 bird species, and it is an essential refuge for the pelicans in Europe. Take a fantastic boat trip across the lake.
Skadar National Park
LOVCEN National Park, Montenegro - Entrance to the mausoleum of Petar II Petrovic Njegos
Lovcen National ParkThe park is home to Lovcen Mountain and the Mausoleum of Njegos, a famous Montenegrin poet and philosopher. The park offers hiking trails and panoramic views over the Bay of Kotor and the surrounding region.
Lovcen National Park
Old Town, Ulcinj, Montenegro by night
Ulcinj This ancient seaport is famous for its Long Beach, the Old Town with its castle, and Ada Bojana Island. It's also known for its vibrant nightlife and as a windsurfing paradise.

Travel tips for Montenegro &FAQs

Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate on the coast, with dry summers and mild, rainy winters. The best time to visit for a beach holiday or water sports is the summer period from May to September when temperatures can reach up to 30°C. Spring and autumn are ideal for hiking and sightseeing, with comfortable temperatures and fewer tourists. Winters are great for visiting the mountains for skiing and other winter sports.

  • Durmitor national Park: The park is located in the mountain area and is a dynamic place to enjoy nature. Hiking, trekking and rafting on Tara River are the best ways to explore this beautiful park.
  • Scenic walk from Milocer to Sveti Stefan: Walking along the coastal path from Przno beach through Milocer Park to Sveti Stefan is a beautiful experience. The way is only a mile long, and you enjoy great walking views. The path ends at Sveti Stefan, the little sea Jewel.
  • Lovcen National Park & Petar II Petrovic Njegos Mausoleum: Visit the magnificent mausoleum of the most important Montenegro ruler. The mausoleum is built on the top of the mountain, where you enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
  • Spend a day on the 'Long Beach.': Ulcinj is a typical Mediterranean town situated in the very south of Montenegro. It is famous for its long sandy beach, "Long Beach", and the island of Ada Bojana, one of the pearls of unspoiled Montenegrin nature.
  • Drive along the Bay of Kotor: Drive along this fantastic bay which is situated between the mountains and the blue sea. Enjoy in scenery, have a stop in Perast, an old charming coastal town, and enjoy a boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks, one of two islets off the coast of Perast.

Even though Montenegro is a small country, it's packed with beautiful and diverse sights. A week would give you a good overview of the country, but a longer stay of 10-14 days would allow you to explore more of its hidden gems and take your time to relax on its beautiful beaches.

Montenegrin cuisine is a blend of Mediterranean and Eastern European influences. Some traditional dishes you should try include:
  • Njeguški pršut: a dry-cured ham, similar to Italian prosciutto.
  • Kacamak: a dry-cured ham, similar to Italian prosciutto.
  • Pljeskavica: a seasoned, grilled meat patty of pork, beef, and lamb, often served in a bread roll with onions and sour cream.
  • Seafood: being a coastal country, Montenegro offers excellent fresh fish and seafood. Squid, mussels, and octopus are commonly served.

Montenegro hosts several cultural and music festivals throughout the year. The Kotor Art Festival and Sea Dance Festival are among the most popular. Traditional events, like the Mimosa Festival, also attract many visitors.

The official language is Montenegrin. However, Serbian, Bosnian, and Croatian are also widely spoken and understood. English is commonly spoken by younger generations and in tourist areas.

Yes, Montenegro is considered safe for tourists. As in any country, it's advisable to take standard travel precautions, such as guarding personal belongings and avoiding less crowded areas at night.

Montenegro uses the Euro (€). ATMs are widespread, and credit cards are accepted in most hotels, restaurants, and stores. As in any country, it's wise to carry cash for small establishments or markets that might not accept cards.

Montenegro is not part of the Schengen area. Still, citizens of many countries, including the USA, Canada, Australia, and EU, can stay in Montenegro for up to 90 days without a visa. It's best to check current visa requirements before planning your trip.

Montenegro operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz. It uses Type C and Type F power sockets. You'll need an adapter if your device uses a different plug type.

Free Wi-Fi is widely available in hotels, restaurants, and cafes. Mobile data coverage is also generally good. However, it's worth checking the roaming rates with your provider before using mobile data extensively.

EU residents can use their mobile phones at no extra cost, thanks to the "Roam like at home" system. If you're visiting outside the EU, check with your service provider about roaming charges.

Healthcare in Montenegro is of a good standard in larger towns and cities, but it can be less reliable in rural areas. EU citizens can use their EHIC card for necessary medical services, but travel insurance is recommended for all visitors to cover potential health emergencies or unexpected medical costs.

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